Workers at Joplin's Schifferdecker Golf Course say recent investments are starting to paying off. The course has upgraded it's greens mowers as well as hired a course superintendent and a golf pro. The course usually averages about 10-thousand rounds a year, but since August first of last year the historic course attracted about four-thousand more golfers. In addition revenues are also up 30 percent from the year before. A lot of which parks and rec assistant director Paul Bloomberg attributes to their on-hand golf pro Daryn Buholt.